phrasal verbs with jump
Phrasal verbs with ‘jump’ include:
- jump at
meaning – eagerly accept an opportunity
example – I jumped at the chance to go and work in Germany for 3 months.
- jump in
meaning – enter something
example – I jumped in and told the whole room what I thought of the expansion plans.
- jump off
meaning – leap off a surface
example – The baby goats are jumping off their shelters and running around the enclosure.
- jump on
meaning – physically/verbally attack someone/something or climb onto
example – The whole court jumped on the suspect when he was found guilty.
example – The cat jumped on the table and stole my burger.
- jump over
meaning – leap across something
example – The stuntman’s biggest stunt is jumping over 8 cars on his motorbike.
picture phrasal verbs with jump
Let’s learn the meaning of the phrasal verbs that contain the verb ‘jump’ in more detail and see some examples in use.
Did you know that many idiomatic expressions (idioms) in English also contain a lot of verbs? Just like phrasal verbs, idioms are a major part of the English language (slang in particular). They are used constantly amongst native English speakers and are handy to know and understand.
Now you’ve learnt all the phrasal verbs with jump, how about learning the idioms with jump too?